They say past is prologue, and the waning days of the Johnson presidency are a lesson for President Obama in his upcoming Supreme Court fight.
Mark K. Updegrove, director, LBJ Presidential Library and author of Indomitable Will: LBJ in the Presidency
Before we move on to a new week of potential scandal, an LBJ biographer takes a second to remember the momentously positive week that was.
Despite his titanic role in America’s quest for civil rights, the greatest domestic movement of the Twentieth Century, LBJ has been largely underappreciated—even ignored—until recently.
41’s legacy looks better than ever in an age when passion trumps reason in politics. By Mark K. Updegrove.